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Galatians 4:19

little children

The allegory Galatians 4:22-31 is addressed to justified but immature believers (cf) I Corinthians 3:1,2 who, under the influence of legalistic teachers, "desire to be under the law," and has, therefore, no application to a sinner seeking justification. It raises and answers, for the fifth time in this Epistle, the question, Is the believer under the law? ; Galatians 2:19-21; 3:1-33:25,26; 4:4-6 4:9-31.




Other Scofield entries containing Galatians 4:19:

Acts 21:26
Galatians 4:19
Ephesians 4:24

 

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